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Can You Keep a Secret?

When you hear something confidential, do you keep it locked up tight in your maximum-security mind? Or do you let it out and hope for the best? Take this quiz for an assessment of your secret-keeping skills.

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  • Do you talk about people you know as long as they're not around?

    • Nah. I'd rather talk to someone than about someone.
    • Once in a while, but I try not to make a habit of it.
    • Yeah, I think everybody does.
  • You kiss your crush at a party and it is really awkward. You tell:

    • My best friend, but only because he/she can keep a secret.
    • Everyone. It's funny!
    • One or two people, but I'm sort of embarrassed about the whole thing.
  • In line at a coffee place, you realize the strangers in front of you are talking about someone you know flunking out of school. What do you do?

    • I text a few friends right away.
    • I call a friend when I get home, and try to determine if it's true or not.
    • I ignore it. I heard it from a stranger who heard it from someone else...
  • "It's none of my business," is something people say...

    • when they feel guilty for asking, but do it anyway.
    • when someone else gossips and they want to change the subject.
    • just before the words, "but I have to tell you this scandalous thing I heard."
  • If you share someone else's secret, you feel:

    • kind of excited and rebellious.
    • a little bit guilty, but it's worth it to people's the reaction.
    • like total crap. I usually wish I could take it back.
  • When you hear a rumor, whether it's about one of your friends or a famous person, how do you react?

    • I usually believe it's at least partially true.
    • I trust my instincts. If it sounds like it could be true, I'll probably repeat it.
    • Unless I see actual proof, I figure someone made it up to cause drama.
  • Your friend keeps his/her cell phone volume up really high, and when you're sitting nearby, you can hear both sides of a very private conversation. Do you tell your friend?

    • Definitely. I don't want to accidentally hear something I'm not supposed to.
    • I'll probably say something because this means other people could be overhearing our conversations.
    • Probably not. It's not my fault that the volume's so high.
  • Someone is planning a surprise party for your friend and asks for your help surprising him/her. You:

    • promise to keep it a secret, but will realistically scream the news.
    • won't spill the beans. But I also can't help dropping hints to my friend.
    • don't say a word to my friend. "Surprise" part is pretty self-explanatory.
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